Thursday, August 02, 2007
Links for 2007-08-02
Maybe you might be lucky enough to be employed by an enterprise where executives don't ask
I bet the folks over at the Burton Group and Redmonk saw increasing net income! I wonder what enterprise architects who use the services of analyst firms could read into this?
Maybe Brian Fonseca could possibly tell us what was even the slightest bit open source about Documentum in the first place? His writeup doesn't even talk about a single thing Documentum is doing towards any form of open source software. I really wish the media would stop twisting words.
Jason Campbell has an interesting choice of words by suggesting a bit of luck and randomness when in reality they will be wildly successful as they have a huge budget in terms of media relations, they pretty much own most industry analysts who cover ECM and folks in large enterprises aren't asking difficult questions when it comes to integrating ECM with non-ECM products
Finally, one of Gartner's future predictions that actually makes sense and has the possibility of coming true. Good call
I wonder what it would take for Gerry Gebel to walk over and convince Anne Thomas Manes that she needs to consider researching vendors in her area coverage and how they will support user-centric and entitlements management approaches. Security is missing in action in terms of the APS thinking
This was the biggest fluff posting I have ever seen in a long time. Let's be truthful by acknowledging that roles are insufficient to protect resources within enterprise applications. How about talking about the distinction between application roles and enterprise roles. A little honesty won't hurt
I actually agree with this position. My social security number is: 058-60-3356
Sounds good to me...
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